Computronix Recognizes 2017 Digital Cities Survey Winners

Denver, CO – Computronix is proud to congratulate several of our clients for being named among the 2017 Digital Cities Survey Winners!

The city of Albuquerque, NM was the second-place winner for cities with a population over 500,000, in recognition of its efforts to engage with citizens and provide open data, as well as their push to make every city service available online.  Philadelphia, PA came in fourth place in the same category receiving high marks for their open data policies and ongoing efforts to improve technological services across the city.

For cities with a population between 250,000 and 499,999, Riverside CA won fifth place. Riverside’s strategic plan to increase efficiency and security through technology was crucial to their fifth-place win, as well as increasing transparency and citizen engagement.

The Digital Cities Survey is presented annually by the Center for Digital Government, and recognizes cities in the United States that leverage technology to improve citizen services, enhance transparency and encourage citizen engagement.

Albuquerque, Philadelphia, and Riverside all use the POSSE Land Management System (POSSE LMS) to manage their planning, permitting, inspection and licensing business functions. POSSE LMS is a browser-based workflow automation software system, used by leading cities across North America to increase efficiency, save time and money, and ultimately, achieve their visions of becoming open digital government organizations.

“Computronix is very pleased to have three of our clients named in the top five in their respective category for digital cities in America,” says Gord Meeberg, Computronix VP of Business Development. “Our clients are forward-thinking and always striving to improve, and we will eagerly continue to be part of their efforts to provide citizens with excellent service and transparency.”

With offices in metro Denver and Edmonton, Computronix is regarded as one of the leading North American vendors in government regulatory software innovation. Since 1979, Computronix has provided robust government workflow solutions for state, provincial, and local governments across North America. To date, POSSE government customers have won over 20 national and international awards for business transformation and improved customer and public service.